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la noche de bill clinton, anoche fue la de la primera dama michelle obama quien se dirigio a los presentes en la convencion nacional democrata. hablo sobre su esposo no solo como presidente sino tambien como un padre y hombre responsable. jaime zea nos resume su mensje. sot-michelle obama (being president doesn't change who you are, it reveals who you are) con estas palabras michelle obama hizo algo similar a lo que ann romney hizo hace una semana en tampa . pero muchos de los asistentes coinciden en que su discurso fue mas emotivo sot-attendee we already know obama el exgobernador del estado de nuevo mexico bill richardson quien no se perdio un minuto del discurso, nos dijo que la primera dama era mas que la esposa del presidente sot-richardson michelle obama as a powerful weapon esta manana michelle obama aprovecho un evento del cabildo hispano del partido democrata para prometer apoyo a la comunidad latina sot-michelle obama los republicanos sin embargo no estan muy convencidos ni con el presidente ni con la primera dama sot-republican rebuttle ..no se vaya que en unos insta
salvar la economÍa. >> dice que no tiene la paciencia que pidiÓ michelle obama para que la estrategia de frutos. >> no podemos hacer nada estamos entre la espada y la pared. >> no niega que ha sufrido muchas angustias y juan como mÚltiples pequeÑos negocios han tenido que cerrar sus puertas pero ambos tienen visiones distintas sobre el tema clave de la elecciÓn. >> les podrÁn decir muchas cosas que estÁn mejor que hace 4 aÑos dijo paul ryan. >> ¿estÁn mejor que hace 4 aÑos dice el presidente clinton? >> sÍ, hay momentos en donde se siente ahorcado. >> juan dice en cambio que estÁ mal y amenaza con empeorar. >> la cantidad impuestos que estÁn escondidos y los costos que se han elevado a la administraciÓn le tenemos miedo. >> obviamente porque los cambios vienen. >> tanto juana como marÍa patricia alcanzan el tienen sus propias historias de inmigrantes como la que narrÓ julian castro, a la hora de votar lo harÁ mas que con el corazÓn que por el bolsillo por el agradecimiento en la que obama ha tratado a los inmigrantes. >> hay mucha gente que se las ve muy difÍciles, y si
. megyn: simon, michelle obama told us that barack obama doesn't think of us as us and them, yet last night elizabeth warren talks about how oil companies are bad, billionaires aren't great, wall street ceos act like we should thank them. isn't that divisive language? all wall street ceos are bad, billionaires are paying lower tax rates than their secretaries and oil companies, i mean, isn't that the kind of division that michelle obama was trying to say the president doesn't do? >> i don't think there's anything that elizabeth warren said last night that was untrue, and i think that part of what the -- it's a little loud in here, i'm doing my best -- [laughter] i love that video, by the way, megyn, that was terrific before we came on. i think what elizabeth warren was trying to say last night, and i think what the democrats are saying this week is we just have a different vision for how the economy should work than the republicans. we believe that we're all in this together, that people should pay their fair share, we believe that the government has to have the needed resources to in
it to the speaker last night, maybe not so big. not nearly as big as michelle obama. back to you. >> thank you. we're getting reaction in from the romney team at this hour saying president clinton drew a stark contrast between himself and president obama tonight talking about how president clinton worked with republicans and balanced the budget saying clinton's speech brought disappointment and failure of obama's time in office clearly into focus. getting early reaction. >> that is it for us. on the record starts right after the break and we'll see you tomorrow night. >> good night. we're sitting on a bunch of shale gas. there's natural gas under my town. it's a game changer. ♪ it means cleaner, cheaper american-made energy. but we've got to be careful how we get it. design the wells to be safe. thousands of jobs. use the most advanced technology to protect our water. billions in the economy. at chevron, if we can't do it right, we won't do it at all. we've got to think long term. we've got to think long term. ♪ a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in mo
also getting a once in a lifetime chance to watch a political convention. first lady michelle obama talked to brian williams about the balancing act between school and politics. >> you know, being a a convention is a once in a lifetime thing. they have an opportunity to have a front-row seat. so at times like that, you think, when you get home, try to get some homework done, we're going to go to bed as early as possible tonight, and then it's up and out. this is malia's first week in high school. she doesn't want to miss a lot of classes. she said i would much rather get up and get back to school and get to my last two classes on friday. i like that in her. >> malia is starting high school this year at sidwell friends school? northwest d.c. >>> the girls will no doubt be watching their father take the case for a second term. he'll do it inside the arena. the bad weather doesn't stop jim vance from finding good barbecue. he has one of the best joints around. >> hi, doreen. you come to charlotte, north carolina, you do one or two things o. both. or have to find some barbecue. the trac
. >>> first lady michelle obama revealing the top ten reasons people should watch the democratic national convention. >> number 6. >> as healthy alternative, we're using low fat confetti. >> yeah. and number 4. >> there will be no kiss cam. >> oh, come on. why not? number 2. >> joe biden says it will be a big you know what deal. >> gretchen: the first lady no strange tort david letterman show. that was her second appearance in just the last week. wow. those are your headlines. >> brian: to my immediate left is someone on the set, welcome back michelle malkin. >> thank you, and no kiss cam here. >> brian: i want to get your impression of bill clinton's 48 minute speech last night. any surprises? do you think it was effective in endorsing president obama? >> who is surprised? after years and years of covering him when he wasn't in the white house, is it any surprise that's undisciplined, self someonent? these are the adjectives that came out of the headlines there. and you wonder what does this serve other than bill clinton's ego? >> gretchen: i think does wonders for president obama. if y
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